Financial Services

 
We have a strong understanding of the challenges and issues within the financial services sector.

Our timely and commercial advice addresses all aspects of the law affecting companies within the financial services sector.

Our experience includes advising on:

  • anti-money laundering;
  • crowdfunding;
  • financial services regulation and licensing;
  • investment funds and property funds; and
  • superannuation.

Our clients include AIA Australia, APN Property Group, Australian Unity, BBRC Funds Management, Bennelong Funds Management and Equity Trustees.

CCIVs: what are they and how do they compare with managed investment schemes?

Partner Vince Battaglia discusses some key current issues in financial services regulation.

Awards and recognition

 
 
Chambers 2022

Financial Services Regulation

Chambers and Partners Asia Pacific 2022 logo

Key contact

Harry New

Partner

Co-Head of Financial Services & Insurance

Harry leads our financial services team and focuses extensively on financial services law and corporate advisory.

Related thinking

Financial Services| 05 Aug 2022

Financial Services in Focus – Issue 70

In this edition, we consider exposure draft legislation to adjust how faith-based super products are treated under the annual performance test, and much more.

Financial Services| 01 Aug 2022

UK seeks to regulate stablecoins as a form of payment

The United Kingdom has introduced the Financial Services and Markets Bill. The Bill seeks to regulate stablecoins in line with financial services laws.

Financial Services| 01 Aug 2022

IOSCO and CPMI release guidance on the application of PFMI to stablecoin arrangements

How does new guidance from IOSCO and CPMI help determine what is considered a ‘systematically important stablecoin arrangement’ for the purposes of PFMI?

Financial Services| 01 Aug 2022

First judicial decision on a mortgagee sale during COVID-19 restrictions

The Victorian Supreme Court has handed down its first judicial decision regarding a mortgagee sale which arose during the COVID-19 lockdowns.